son of Joshua, the patronymic of Elymas the sorcerer (Acts 13:6), who met Paul and Barnabas at Paphos. Elymas is a word of Arabic origin meaning “wise.”
bar-jona son of Jonah, the patronymic of Peter (Matt. 16:17; John 1:42), because his father’s name was Jonas. (See PETER.) Historical Examples Blessed art thou, Simon bar-jona: for flesh and blood hath not revealed it unto thee, but my Father which is in heaven. Walks and Words of Jesus M. N. Olmsted
a long-handled spoon, usually having the capacity of a teaspoon, used for mixing or measuring ingredients for alcoholic drinks.
Theda [thee-duh] /ˈθi də/ (Show IPA), (Theodosia Goodman) 1890–1955, U.S. actress. Historical Examples Hairdressing varies considerably, and among the Bara and Sakalava is often elaborate. Man, Past and Present Agustus Henry Keane Ibex are plentiful, bears also, and in the autumn, ‘Bara sing.’ The Diary of a Hunter from the Punjab to the Karakorum Mountains […]
an Alaskan or north Siberian semisubterranean house built of sod or turf. Historical Examples He is equally at ease in the barabara and in the palace-like homes of the rich when he visits the large cities of the world. Alaska Ella Higginson They camped in a barabara where white men had slept a few nights […]